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Single-molecule transport kinetics of a glutamate transporter homolog shows static disorder  Science Magazine · 2 days
Kinetic properties of membrane transporters are typically poorly defined because high-resolution functional assays analogous to single-channel recordings are lacking. Here, we measure single-molecule transport kinetics of... more
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At the atomic level, a glass of water and a spoonful of crystalline salt couldn't look more different. Water atoms move around freely and randomly, while salt crystals are locked... more
Probing the secret forces of pericytes  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Leiden researchers found a way to measure the tiny forces exerted by pericytes, one of the most elusive, hard to research cell types, which occur in tiny blood vessels. Building on this fundamental science, researchers may... more
Call for Media: Rapid action in response to coronavirus with Earth observation  ESA · 2 days
Press Release N° 9–2020 ESA and the European Commission invite media representatives to follow an online event on 5 June at 11:00 CEST where... more
Monash study confirms new approach to measure consciousness  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
An international study involving Monash physicists has confirmed a new approach to measure consciousness, potentially changing our understanding complex neurological problems. more
Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 days
Researchers have combined the power of a super collider with techniques of laser spectroscopy to precisely measure a short-lived radioactive molecule, radium monofluoride, for the first time. more
Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time  MIT · 4 days
Molecules containing heavy and deformed radioactive nuclei may help scientists to measure symmetry-violating phenomena and identify signs of dark matter. more
Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have combined the power of a super collider with techniques of laser spectroscopy to precisely measure a short-lived radioactive molecule, radium monofluoride, for the first... more
Antarctic ice shelves: research reveals a missing piece of the climate puzzle  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Ice shelves, massive floating bodies of ice, are well-known for their buffering effect on land-based ice sheets as they slow their flow towards the... more
Kansas governor vetoes limits on her power but loosens rules  ABC NEWS · 5 days
Kansas’ Democratic governor has vetoed a sweeping Republican coronavirus measure that would have curbed her power to direct the state’s pandemic response more
Electrical fields can throw a curveball  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
Researchers have discovered a phenomenon that could be harnessed to control the movement of tiny particles floating in suspension. This approach, which requires simply applying an external electric field, may ultimately lead to new ways of... more
Mathematics can save lives at sea  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
An international research collaboration has developed a mathematical method that can speed up search and rescue operations at sea. The new algorithm accurately predicts locations to which objects and people floating in water will drift. more
Sugar turns brown algae into good carbon stores  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
You may like them or not, but almost everyone knows them: brown algae such as Fucus vesiculosus, commonly known as bladderwrack, grow along the entire German coast. Giant kelp like Macrocystis or... more
Researchers develop novel way of interpreting biological signals produced by skin conductance  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 days
Smart devices that measure electrical signals from your skin have the potential to tell you about your stress levels, help your sports performances and... more
Study finds electrical fields can throw a curveball  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
MIT researchers have discovered a phenomenon that could be harnessed to control the movement of tiny particles floating in suspension. This approach, which requires simply applying an external electric field, may ultimately... more
3-D printed egg whites outperform existing flexible electronics materials  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Devices flexible enough to be worn in comfort, sensitive enough to measure a pulse and transparent and thus barely noticeable are an attractive prospect for a range of applications from... more
Researchers build sensor consisting of only 11 atoms  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Researchers at Delft University of Technology have developed a sensor that is only 11 atoms in size. The sensor is capable of capturing magnetic waves and consists of an antenna, a readout... more
Understanding ceramic materials' 'mortar' may reveal ways to improve them  nanowerk · 6 days
New research shows that in the important ceramic material silicon carbide, carbon atoms collect at those grain boundaries when the material is exposed to radiation. The finding could... more
Video: One billion stars and counting—the sky according to Gaia's second data release  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
Launched in 2013, ESA's Gaia satellite has been scanning the sky to measure the positions, distances and motions of more than one... more
Applying physics to understanding the mystery of consciousness  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
An international study involving Monash physicists has cornered a new approach to measure consciousness, potentially changing our understanding complex neurological problems. more
Asia Today: More Australians in class, Tokyo measure to ease  ABC NEWS · 7 days
Students in two more Australian states have returned to school full-time as numbers of virus patients in hospitals across the country fall more
The Latest: Japan set to end Tokyo's state of emergency  ABC NEWS · 7 days
Japan is set to remove a coronavirus state of emergency from Tokyo and four other remaining prefectures later Monday, ending the measure that has lasted for more than... more
Scientists solve half-century-old magnesium dimer mystery  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Magnesium dimer (Mg2) is a fragile molecule consisting of two weakly interacting atoms held together by the laws of quantum mechanics. It has recently emerged as a potential probe for understanding fundamental phenomena at the intersection... more
Possibility of realizing superionic ice VII in external electric fields of planetary bodies  Science Magazine · 1 week
In a superionic (SI) ice phase, oxygen atoms remain crystallographically ordered while protons become fully diffusive as a result of intramolecular dissociation.... more
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